# ebook

Primary (X) - Elementary (X) - Ebook (X)

## The Tale of Peter Rabbit

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Peter disobeys his mother by going into Mr. McGregor's garden and almost gets caught.

## The Tale of Squirrel Nutkin

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Squirrel Nutkin would rather ask an old owl riddles than gather nuts with the other squirrels.

## The Velveteen Rabbit

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By the time the Velveteen Rabbit is dirty, worn out, and about to be burned, he has almost given up hope of ever finding the magic called Real.

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Uses a trip into the woods to teach basic arithmetic. Describes addends, sums, the commutative property of addition, and the associative property of addition. Also includes color photographs and a glossary of words found in the text.

## Division with Toys

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Introduces young readers to division through everyday situations. Features simple text, full-color photographs, a glossary, and a list of resources for further study.

## Graphing in the Desert

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Readers use graphing methods to keep track of the different things they see in a desert. Defines terms such as bar graph, circle graph, icon, key, line graph, and pictograph.

## Holiday Fractions

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Uses bright illustrations with specific Holiday objects to teach young students how to work with fractions.

## Measuring at Home

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Uses unique photographs and simple instructions to teach children how to measure a variety of things around their home including some measurements in recipes.

## Money at the Store

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Teaches money and counting concepts through a story about two boys who go to the grocery store to buy items to make ice cream sundaes.

## Multiplication on the Farm

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Introduces multiplication concepts as seen on a farm. Elements counted include pigs, horseshoes, eggs, and cornstalks.

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Uses a question and answer format to teach young readers about animal adaptations such as hibernation, migration, camouflage, underground hiding, and the use of their poisonous toxins.

## What do you know about colonial America?

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Presents an introduction to life in Colonial America in a question-and-answer format. Includes twenty questions such as "Why are we going to this strange place," "Are you sure this is how to grow this," and "Is it true we are not colonies anymore?"

## What do you know about food chains and food webs?

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Presents information about food chains and food webs in a question-and-answer format. Questions cover kinds of animals that eat only plants and predators that set traps for their prey.

## What do you know about life cycles?

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Uses a question and answer format to teach young readers about the life cycles of living creatures such as insects, amphibians, birds, and mammals. Discusses metamorphosis, a larva, and bird and fish eggs as part of a life cycle, and other related material.

## What do you know about the age of exploration?

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Presents an introduction to the age of exploration in a question-and-answer format. Includes twenty questions such as "Why are we doing this," "What did you bring back," and "Did you say there is a rich Indian empire?"